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So, Mr. Nash, big plans for the weekend?
WHAT? What the hell kind of a question is that?
Just making conversation!
You've been here 3 years, since when do we talk?
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Is it just me, or was this show really good. I miss it, and wish some how I could get every episode. It was the second show that I started watching, only to get cancelled. Lisa Anne Walters should get her own show again, preferably with Michael O'Keefe and set in Baltimore.
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